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Question for Jim Bassett. (archive)

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Posted by DM3 on January 05, 2000 at 17:14:57:

What are "front bearing hats" and how do they change the front wheel camber? Since I fitted ACS race suspension I've been experiencing quite a bit of understeer (the recomended tire sizes are 245/225 f/r and I have 255/225). I've set the rear say-bar to the stiffest setting and the front one to softest which has helped a little but not as much as I'd like. Would different bearing hats help and if so what specification should they be? Also, if I lowered the front a little more (it's height adjustable), would that increase the negative camber by enough?

Thank you,

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